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Cast overview:
Mary Flynn
Malcolm McGregor ...
Tim Reagan
William V. Mong ...
John Reagan
Gladden James ...
Picadilly Charlie
Louis Payne ...
Jason Forbes
Wilson Benge ...
Maurice Deperre
John Gough ...
Jacques D'Auray ...
Chief of Crooks


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Release Date:

3 May 1925 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Apachenbraut  »

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1.33 : 1
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Alias Mary Flynn (1925) - Lost Silent
29 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Mary Flynn ( Evelyn Brent ), a girl thief hunted by the police, takes refuge in the car of John Reagan ( William V. Mong ) to break loose from her underworld associates. John gives Mary a fresh start in life, and his son, Tim ( Malcolm McGregor ), an assistant district attorney, soon falls in love with her. A jewel collector named Jason Forbes ( Lou Payne ), who knows that the elder Reagan's past was a little shady, blackmails him into stealing a valuable diamond. In order to protect her mentor, Mary steals the jewel. Piccadilly Charlie ( Gladden James ), Mary's old accomplice, wants the stone also and kills Forbes in an attempt to get it. John is found with the body and is arrested for the murder. Mary sets a trap for Charlie, using the diamond as bait. Charlie returns for the stone, and Mary captures him, handing him over to the police. John is released from jail, and Mary marries Tim.

This 1925 silent drama was produced by the Film Booking Offices of America, starring Evelyn Brent and Malcolm McGregor. Sadly, Alias Mary Flynn now remains among the many lost silent films.

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